Our camera is a Sony DSC-F707, which I bought in 2002. It is 5M pixels and has an extraordinary lens,
OK electronic viewfinder and a body which tilts up and down. It
is antiquated in terms of
memory and video capabilities, but it has a
great macro capability down to a few cm.
Unfortunately, there are not yet any modern cameras with bigger sensors which have a tilting body,
electronic viewfinder and macro-capable
lens, like this.
The Digital Photograph Review page is: http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sonydscf707/
All cameras, especially those with zoom lenses, can create pincushion and barrel distortion.
I use the shareware PTLens Photoshop
plug-in to correct this. It works from the camera
and lens setting information encoded into the .JPG file, and automatically does the